Elisabeth Of Wied Famous Quotes & Sayings

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10 Elisabeth Of Wied Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Elisabeth Of Wied Sayings: It seems enormous to me that we have the idea of eternity, of justice, of It seems enormous to me that we have the idea of eternity, of justice, of purity, of beauty, when everything that we see is so far from all that! Who has put those visions into our heads? The soul that knows so much more than what it sees; the soul that comes from far and goes far, and to whom limits make no difference!
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Elisabeth Of Wied Sayings: Tis the ignorant who boast. Tis the ignorant who boast.
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Elisabeth Of Wied Sayings: Those who look for reasons to hate miss opportunities to love. Those who look for reasons to hate miss opportunities to love.
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Elisabeth Of Wied Sayings: One doesn't know one's self what grain one sows, that works on and on, through One doesn't know one's self what grain one sows, that works on and on, through one and through many lives, transmitted from heart to heart and from lips to lips.
Elisabeth Of Wied Sayings: Never can a room look comfortable without books ... Books ought to be scattered all Never can a room look comfortable without books ... Books ought to be scattered all over the house, even in the passages, in the bedroom, les livres du chevet, everywhere.
Elisabeth Of Wied Sayings: I am quite above physical death and believe it to be only the birth throes I am quite above physical death and believe it to be only the birth throes for a much purer life in a much purer draping.
Elisabeth Of Wied Sayings: My greatest wish is to write in such a manner that all may think they My greatest wish is to write in such a manner that all may think they have written it themselves.
Elisabeth Of Wied Sayings: You can never make someone punctual who is not, or quick who is slow, or You can never make someone punctual who is not, or quick who is slow, or lively who wants to plod on carefully. I have learnt that every fault is an exaggerated quality, nothing else.
Elisabeth Of Wied Sayings: Friendship based solely upon gratitude is like a photograph; with time it fades. Friendship based solely upon gratitude is like a photograph; with time it fades.
Elisabeth Of Wied Sayings: [Written in 1901:] Nothing has been so deplorable for countries as centralization. I am afraid [Written in 1901:] Nothing has been so deplorable for countries as centralization. I am afraid when I see Germany grow so powerful, and centralizing in Berlin; it is the beginning of the end!